A free-form open roundtable discussion. By approaching the subject of sync through conversations, instead of the more traditional radio format, we hope to encourage insights or 'ahas' to occur more readily, both in ourselves as well as in the listener. Through the casual interactive nature of Always Record, the listener is invited to be a part of the ongoing conversation.
11.22.14 Always Record 103 | Kubrickon w/
Jasun Horsley and Mark LeClair
High alchemy! We bring together JaSun Horsley and Mark Moon in the middle LeClair. "One way or another, Kubrick films generate obsession. As Room 237 amply illustrates, they act like Rorschach blots that receive viewers' projections and reflect their fantasies back at them. My view is that they are able to do this because, like Rorschach blots, they are empty of meaning. Kubrick films are enticing to intellects because they are like puzzles, games. They demand participation. The viewer must put his or her soul (psyche) into the movies because Kubrick has left his own out. What makes Kubrick’s films fascinating is that they create cognitive dissonance. The skill and the precision of the lighting, set design, camerawork, and composition is juxtaposed with the barrenness of human emotion and of dramatic coherence, the often unnatural acting and stilted dialogue, and the fragmented and oddly lackluster storytelling. The mechanics of melodrama have broken down. There is no center to hold. This mysteriously missing center—the incoherence of Kubrick’s films—creates fascination in many viewers (especially the more intellectual ones) and a burning desire to somehow find that missing center, to crack the code and relieve the tension of not-knowing." From Kubrickon: Stanley Kubrick & the Architecture of Immersion, a work-in-progress by Jasun Horsley, due in 2015
11.20.14 EPISODE # 102:
Keir Dullea and Gary Lockwood at the Astor Theatre
(with Nicholas Ulbrick)
Nicholas Ulbrick was lucky enough to attend a special presentation of 2001ASO where Keir Dullea and Gary Lockwood were in attendance. We are now lucky enough to have Nicholas share the audio of...
11.13.14 EPISODE # 101:
A Flickering Reality
(with F. David Peat)
In this special visit from F. David Peat, we learn about his years working with David Bohm, Room 137, Carl Jung, Wolfgang Pauli, Dialogue Groups, Archetypes, and the Science behind Synchronicity....
11.04.14 EPISODE # 100:
Tower of Babel
(with Bill Klaus)
It's an Always Record reunion! Starting with a quick look back on getting to 100 episodes, we then get into: spiders and webs (both technological and Maya), Paul is Dead, Wilhelm Reich, Chaos...
10.18.14 EPISODE # 99:
Breaking Open The Source
(with Robert Steele)
Robert Steele Activist, Spy and Author talks to John and Alan about his book "Open Source Everything Manifesto", his former employers at the CIA, and topics ranging from NeoCons and NeoNazis to...
10.17.14 EPISODE # 98:
(with Tom Campbell)
Tom Campbell of my-big-toe.com tells us about his Theory of Everything, including: the world as virtual reality, astral projection, double-slit experiment, entropy, love and chaos, reincarnation,...
10.16.14 EPISODE # 97:
Blood From A Stone
For first 30 minutes, Alan lays out some of the realities of what the Sync Book enterprise requires of us for it to continue and to grow. After that, we listen to a call from September 25th with...
09.25.14 EPISODE # 96:
Peer Down Below
(with Mark LeClair and Znore)
In Part One, Mark LeClair joins David to talk about: Firey syncs around The Visitor/Visitors (vimeo.com/103655216), "One of these days I'm going to cut you into little pieces", David's video "A...
09.11.14 EPISODE # 95:
False Flag Odyssey
(with Matt Pulver)
Physicist & Consciousness Researcher Matt Pulver -- of blue-science.org & 2001 A False Flag Odyssey -- rejoins David & John for all manner of tomfoolery. In Part-I we revisit Matt's False Flag...
08.31.14 EPISODE # 94:
What Dreams May Come
David and John discuss The Visitor, Philip K Dick, Science Fiction, What is Crazy, Oly Sync Summit, Back to the Future predicts 911, Information Theory, David Bohm, the wild syncs around Robin...
08.23.14 EPISODE # 93:
Transform and Roll Out
(with Misty Greer)
Misty Greer, of synchromisty.wordpress.com and mistygreer.com, joins John and Alan to talk about the Olympia Sync Summit, Norway, Apocalypse, Lady Gaga, Transformers, Quintessons, Quintessence,...
07.10.14 EPISODE # 92:
Exploring The Borderlands
(with Thomas Joseph Brown)
Tom Brown, fringe science icon & former director of Borderlands Research, joins David & John for a fascinating conversation about Goethe's Theory of Colors, Kabala & Etheric Orders, Orgone Energy...
06.26.14 EPISODE # 91:
Sometimes Tomorrow Knows
(with Bill Klaus)
Bill Klaus pauses his Shabbatical long enough to pay a very welcome visit to Always Record. He's in top form and his conversation with David and John covers Correspondances, David Bohm, Crowley,...
06.12.14 EPISODE # 90:
Time after Time
(with Mark LeClair and Joe Alexander)
Lyin' in my bed I hear the clock tick, And think of you, Caught up in circles confusion, Is nothing new, Flashback warm nights, Almost left behind, Suitcase of memories, Time after, Sometimes you...
06.05.14 EPISODE # 89:
Dark Side of the Moonchild
(with Jason Barrera and Patrick Sevc)
Pop stars as modern-day biblical archetypes, the riddle of mankind, the concept of the moonchild, 1969 Altamont Concert, If, A Clockwork Orange & O Lucky Man, and the nature of film/album sync...
05.29.14 EPISODE # 88:
(with Joe Alexander)
Our conversation begins with a look at Dr. Remo Roth's article "The Connection between Radioactivity and Synchronicity in the WolfgangPauli/CarlJung Letters." It soon encompasses concepts of the...
05.15.14 EPISODE # 87:
Cracking The Cosmic Egg
(with Richard Merrick)
Richard Merrick -- Acoustical Engineer, Alternative Historian, & Author of The Venus Blueprint -- joins us on Always Record for a wide-ranging conversation. Topics include: Gaussian Interference...
05.08.14 EPISODE # 86:
(with Mark LeClair and Alex Fulton)
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04.20.14 EPISODE # 85:
We'll All Be Magick Supermen
(with Patrick Sevc)
Why did the Beatle cross the Abbey Road? Patrick Sevc of Overlaphotel.blogspot.com joins Always Record for a conversation about what's left after copyright and the farside of sync film.